Matt Warden wrote: > So I have matured my understanding of spam. Spam is not unsolicited > email. Spam is unsolicited email that I don't want. > ==>> Not only that I don't want but it commonly takes a form letter approach, form letter formatting, is typically but not always impersonal in nature as in: Hi, or Hello, Dear Sir, Madam... I have recently visited your site, YOURSITE... We are a major XYZ firm from Mars employing ... - AND - they are typically (99.9%) caught by my SPAM filtering service. I only see them in the nightly spam report along with the occasional personal and health spam that we all are accustomed to. Every now/then I take a couple of these unsolicited SPAM messages and dump them verbatim into a category called spam in my blog. Sorry, but I don't have patience nor compassion for spammers and/or scams.